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IBM z Systems Vocabulary 101

3/16/2015 10:00:24 AM | It is a well-known fact that effective communication is one of the keys of every successful project. However, for complex projects that span multiple technologies, communication can also be a challenge.

One of the primary reasons for communication difficulties can be attributed to the different languages used on multiple platforms. This reference guide is designed to bridge the language gap between z Systems and other platforms. It is a bidirectional dictionary of some of the most frequently used terms in everyday projects.

See the terms and topics on IBM Systems Magazine.
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